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Avro Arrow: Lost models draw Arrowheads to search lake relentlessly - - Committed fans of Canada’s lost aeronautical triumph devote time and cash in the search for a piece of history believed to lie 30 metres down. Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Avro Arrow, Experimental Aircraft, Canadian History, Jet Plane, Fighter Jets, Fighter Aircraft, Airplanes

Avro Arrow: Lost models draw Arrowheads to search lake relentlessly

Committed fans of Canada’s lost aeronautical triumph devote time and cash in the search for a piece of history believed to lie 30 metres down.

This is my impression of the Arrow Mark 5 that might have been in service in the and Canard foreplanes would have improved maneuverablity and short field performance. Military Jets, Military Aircraft, Avro Arrow, O Canada, Space Crafts, Cutaway, Impala, Armed Forces, Arrows

This is my impression of the Arrow Mark 5 that might have been in service in the '70s and '80s. Canard foreplanes would have improved maneuverablity and short field performance.

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NOID042 Avro Arrow

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Polish born Wladyslaw "Spud" Potocki took over Arrow test flights following Jan Zurakowski's retirement from active test flying in Sept 1958. Following emigration to Canada in the early 1950s, Potocki was engaged as a test pilot with "Avro Aircraft Canada Ltd". He accumulated the highest number of hours of the four pilots who flew the first five Arrow aircraft. It was recorded that he reached a speed of Mach 1.9 in one of the Arrows, but it was rumoured that he actually reached Mach 2.0. Avro Arrow, Warsaw Uprising, Aerospace Engineering, Northwest Territories, Newfoundland And Labrador, Technical Drawing, A Comics, Cool Items, Armed Forces

Polish born Wladyslaw "Spud" Potocki took over Arrow test flights following Jan Zurakowski's retirement from active test flying in Sept 1958. Following emigration to Canada in the early 1950s, Potocki was engaged as a test pilot with "Avro Aircraft Canada Ltd". He accumulated the highest number of hours of the four pilots who flew the first five Arrow aircraft. It was recorded that he reached a speed of Mach 1.9 in one of the Arrows, but it was rumoured that he actually reached Mach 2.0.

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